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Effective Nov. 1, 2013, everyone is required to have a permit prior to testing for an Oklahoma CDL license.
Effective January 30, 2012, when you:
1. apply for a CDL,
2. renew a CDL,
3. apply for a higher class of CDL,
4. apply for a new endorsement on a CDL,
5. or transfer a CDL from another state,
you will be required to self-certify to a single type of commercial operation on your driver license application form.
Based on that self-certification, you may need to provide the Oklahoma Department of Public Safety with a current medical examiner’s certificate and show any variance you may have to obtain or keep your CDL.
For questions or more information,
call the CDL Help Desk at
Fees for CDL licenses are paid at the Tag Agency and are as follows:
Yes. We have two trucks available for Class A testing, a 2001 Freightliner FL70, single-axle day cab with a 30ft flatbed trailer, and a 1993 International, single-axle day cab with a 30ft flatbed trailer. For Class B testing, we have a 14ft, 1990 International, with a 6-speed transmission.
There is no need to bring an extra driver to the testing site if you will be using our truck. We will meet you at the testing site prior to your drive test appointment.
All Tulsa CDL Truck Rental fees and charges are solely for rental of the vehicle.
Tulsa CDL Truck Rental is not a driver training school. We do not provide driver training. The driver should have already obtained the skills necessary for safe operation of the truck, including properly shifting a standard vehicle and backing skills, prior to scheduling testing.
The driver will be asked to demonstrate that the driver is able to safely operate the vehicle.
Tulsa CDL Truck Rental is not affiliated with the Department of Public Safety and we reserve the right to refuse rental to any driver we deem unsafe or who may pose a danger in any manner to our employees or others.
If you drive a combination of vehicles that have a manufacturer's weight rating (GVWR or GCWR) over 26,000 pounds, or you drive a combination of vehicles towing a unit over 10,000 GVWR, you need a Class A CDL.
If you drive a single vehicle that has GVWR over 26,000 pounds, you need a Class B CDL.
If you drive a vehicle designed to transport 16 or more people, including the driver, you need a Class C CDL.
You are exempt from CDL requirements is you are driving a recreational vehicle for personal use, military vehicles, emergency vehicles, farm vehicles (not used for hire, and not driven more than 150 miles from the farm), or local government vehicles (used for ice and snow removal).
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